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API til hhv. svensk og dansk e-conomic

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Jeg driver en webtjeneste med integration til e-conomic. Nu står jeg for at skulle lancere den i Sverige, og vil høre om der er noget jeg skal tage højde for i den forbindelse. Jeg bruger .NET API'et. Kan jeg uden videre fortsætte med at bruge samme API, således at svenske brugere kan få integration til den svenske e-conomic, samtidig med at de danske brugere har integration til den danske e-conomic?

Hvis ikke, hvordan kører man så to forskellige API'er side om side i samme applikation?
created Nov 29, 2009 by feydk
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As a very general rule, the API is exactly the same across countries.

There are, however, a few fields which are only available in some countries. For example, IDebtor.County is only available in the UK, and IDebtor.VatNumber is only available in Sweden and the UK.

This is stated in the documentation, on a per-field level.


Best regards,

Christian Estrup
e-conomic
answered Dec 3, 2009 by Christian Estrup
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Det var ikke det jeg spurgte om.

Jeg spørger om jeg kan bruge det samme API (Economic.Api.dll) til at tilgå både den danske og svenske e-conomic. Med andre ord, om jeg skal bruge en separat DLL til den svenske adgang.
answered Dec 3, 2009 by feydk
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Please respect that the language in this forum is English. That way, as many developers as possible may benefit from it.

As for APIs for various country editions of e-conomic: The web service, as well as the .NET assembly - which is essentially a wrapper around the web service - is exactly the same for all countries.

However, as mentioned above, a very limited amount of properties are only available in certain countries. That is documented on a per-property basis in the documentation.


Best regards,

Christian Estrup
e-conomic
answered Dec 3, 2009 by Christian Estrup
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